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Merry Christmas From MonSanto Claus!

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posted on Dec, 20 2011 @ 09:44 PM
Ho, Ho, Ho, ATS, Merry Christmas!

Oh and what a wonderful Christmas it's going to be. Especially for MonSanto Claus!


You better watch out, you better not try
to grow organic vegtables, I'm telling you why
MonSanto Claus is coming to town!

Four ways Monsanto threatens the environment and public health

1. GM crops consistently linked to organ problems, other biological damage
Despite hard evidence linking the consumption of GM crops to organ disruption and a host of other health ailments, Monsanto continues to push its GM crops on developing nations under the guise of solving world hunger and empowering local farmers. In a telling review of 19 studies analyzing the dangers of GM crops including corn and soybeans, scientists reached a shocking conclusion regarding the true safety of these ubiquitous food staples. Researchers concluded that consumption of genetically altered corn and soybean products can actually lead to significant organ disruption in rats and mice.

2. Bt-containing gmo crops are spawning mutated superbugs
Going beyond the initial genetic modification process, Monsanto also offers GM crops filled with a toxic biopesticide known as Bt. Incorporated into the crops to kill insects, Bt usage has led to the development of mutated insects that are resistant to the biopesticide. Insects that are continually exposed to Bt actually begin to develop a resistance to the toxin through the act of mutation. In present day, around 8 insect populations have mutated to resist Bt. Of the 8, 2 species are specifically resistant to Bt sprays and a staggering 6 are resistant to Bt crops as a whole.

3. Roundup creating superweeds spanning millions of acres
Superweeds now infest over 120 million hectares of farmland, all thanks to Monsanto's popular herbicide Roundup. Farms across the world are being infested with herbicide-resistant superweeds that show no sign of stopping. These are the very same farms that Monsanto claims to be assisting and empowering. The super resistant weeds developed an immunity to glyphosate, a primary herbicide that Roundup contains. In 2010, experts estimated the weeds to cover over 120 million hectares across the globe, 4.5 million of which are within the United States. Nations like Australia, Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Europe and South Africa are experiencing an increase in these superweeds.

4. Monsanto is involved in creating aspartame
A 1999 investigation by The Independent revealed that aspartame is actually created using GM bacteria. The article, entitled "World's top sweetener is made with GM bacteria" included a Monsanto spokesperson admitting that aspartame was indeed created using genetically altered bacteria. According to the report, the Monsanto rep stated:

"We have two strains of bacteria - one is traditionally modified and one is genetically modified," said the source. "It's got a modified enzyme. It has one amino acid different."

Aspartame, of course, has been linked to brain tumors and other health conditions. Amazingly, one showed that of 48 rats experimented on, up to 67 percent of all female rats developed tumors roughly the size of golf balls or larger.


To recap: The obama family avoids GMO's, Monsanto caferteria's serve non-monsanto products, GMO crops have been shown to cause health problems in animals, GM crops have pesticides "built-in" to them... and the list goes on.

Ironically mother nature is fighting back and mutating to resist these pesticides. So it seems that, in the end, the seeds could become worthless after all...
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posted on Dec, 20 2011 @ 09:52 PM
There are tons of threads about Monsanto. Is there something new in your thread or has it anything to do with xmas? Because I can´t find anything that hasn´t been postet 2x yet.

But you summ it up a little bit...

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posted on Dec, 20 2011 @ 10:17 PM

Originally posted by verschickter
There are tons of threads about Monsanto.

I'm sorry, have we reached the Monsanto thread limit?

Originally posted by verschickter
Is there something new in your thread or has it anything to do with xmas? Because I can´t find anything that hasn´t been postet 2x yet.

Did you read it or are you asking me to sum it up again?

Originally posted by verschickter
But you summ it up a little bit....

edit on 20-12-2011 by v1rtu0s0 because: (no reason given)

posted on Dec, 21 2011 @ 08:53 AM
I will only comment your last question, yes I read it and afterwards I came here to ask you. I know that you intended good so I have no problem with you or your thread. But there is no point in your OP or anything new to discuss, if so you sure would hinted me to it?? Also I dont want to destroy your thread or anything so I will not start a line-for-line quotewar with you....I dont bite
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